Cast of the play, "Jan of Windmill Land", at St. John's Methodist Church, Station Road, Hednesford.

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Date:1950 - 1960 (c.)

Description:Described as 'A Dutch Operetta for boys and girls', 'Jan of Windmill Land' was written and composed by Clementine Ward in 1908. The plot develops from two wicked fairies dropping magic sweets, inflicting naughtiness on whoever eats them.


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1910s
St. John's Wesleyan Methodist Church, Station Street, Hednesford
St. John's Wesleyan Methodist Church, Station Street, Hednesford

The only person named on this photograph is Mac Wright, (the second man down on ...

1940s
Party for wounded soldiers at St. John's Methodist Church, Hednesford
Party for wounded soldiers at St. John's Methodist Church, Hednesford

The soldiers are local men from St. Matthews (a military hospital) in Burntwood. ...

1980s
Market Street, Hednesford
Market Street, Hednesford

View of Market Street from the bottom of Green Heath Road, Hednesford. On the right ...

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